Before NASA was formed, the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, or NACA, conducted the nation's aeronautical research.
Dr. Kurt H. Debus was Kennedy Space Center's first director.
Just six days after NASA formally organized, America’s first manned space program was born.
The Gemini missions provided knowledge and experience that paved the way to the moon.
Just five months shy of the end of the 1960s, NASA rose to President Kennedy's lunar challenge. In the next decade, NASA will go to the moon again.
The shuttle fleet has become a picture of versatility and stunning longevity during 27 years of service to America's space agency.
NASA has relied on the Space Coast and a fleet of expendable launch vehicles to carry the agency’s multitude of scientific, Earth-observing and interplanetary missions into space.
Brevard County’s introduction to the Space Age came in October 1949.
Planning gets under way at Kennedy to support NASA's new Constellation Program.
NASA launched four telescopes that have unlocked some of the most profound mysteries of space.
Kennedy Space Center has hosted visitors and honorary guests from its inception.
Achievements at Kennedy Space Center happen because of a superior work force characterized by its diversity.